Politics

Political stories for Southern Middle Tennessee.

Tullahoma Election Moved to November; Candidates will have to Re-Qualify or Qualify to Run

City elections were planned for Manchester and Tullahoma on August 1, 2024. However, after a request from Tullahoma city leaders, the Tennessee State House and Senate approved a change to the Tullahoma city charter. With the change, Tullahoma’s city election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, the same date as the presidential election. The …

Tullahoma Election Moved to November; Candidates will have to Re-Qualify or Qualify to Run Read More »

Gov. Lee’s School Voucher Program Fails

Governor Bill Lee and several lawmakers have spent the last year pushing a proposal to provide universal school choice to all Tennessee students or better known as the school voucher program. The proposed school voucher bill is dead after lawmakers were unable to negotiate on certain stipulations. Dr Joey Vaughn, Director of Manchester City Schools, …

Gov. Lee’s School Voucher Program Fails Read More »

Republican Caucus to Choose Candidate for Coffee County Mayor Set for May 23 (Rules)

The Coffee County Republican Party will conduct a caucus to select a candidate for Coffee County Mayor for the August 1, 2024, General Election ballot. The caucus will be held at the Coffee County High School (gymnasium or cafeteria) on Thursday, May 23. Voter registration begins at 4:30 p.m., with the caucus starting at 6:00 …

Republican Caucus to Choose Candidate for Coffee County Mayor Set for May 23 (Rules) Read More »

Election for New Coffee County Mayor is August 1

After the untimely death of Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny, a lot of talk has been about who will serve or be elected to serve out his term. Matheny’s would have expired on September 1, 2026. Republican and Democratic parties plan on caucusing for candidates for the Coffee County Mayor position. An independent candidate will …

Election for New Coffee County Mayor is August 1 Read More »

Protesters Gather in Nashville

Wednesday, protesters gathered in Nashville to show they are against specific policies being considered by the general assembly. The issues range from gun violence to discrimination, but a big focus of their message will be on school vouchers and arming teachers. Demonstrators spoke on the impact of gun violence, which prompted lawmakers to consider arming …

Protesters Gather in Nashville Read More »

Proposal will make it Illegal for Adults to Help Minors get an Abortion Without Parental Consent

Republican lawmakers in Tennessee on Wednesday advanced legislation making it illegal for adults to help minors get an abortion without parental consent, sparking objections from Democrats who counter that doing so could result in young victims needing approval from their parents who may have raped them in order to terminate the pregnancies. The GOP-controlled Senate …

Proposal will make it Illegal for Adults to Help Minors get an Abortion Without Parental Consent Read More »

New Bill Would Require Public School Students to Watch Fetal Development AI Video

Tennessee could soon become the latest state to require public school students to watch a three-minute AI-generated video on fetal development created by an anti-abortion group. The state Senate passed the legislation, commonly known as the “Baby Olivia Act,” in a 21-6 vote Thursday, and the House passed the bill with a 67-23 vote in March. The …

New Bill Would Require Public School Students to Watch Fetal Development AI Video Read More »

Update! Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny Died Tuesday Morning

The Tullahoma Police Department received a call late Tuesday morning about a possible death at 1909 E Lincoln St. Upon their arrival, the body of Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny was discovered deceased. The Tullahoma Police Department expresses its deepest condolences on the passing of Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny. During this difficult time, our hearts go …

Update! Coffee County Mayor Judd Matheny Died Tuesday Morning Read More »

Child Safety Seat Check Event set for April 12 in Franklin County

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office will conduct another Child Safety Seat Check Event on April 13, 2024, from 10 am to 2 pm in the Tractor Supply parking lot. This is a no-cost event where you can bring your child’s car seat in to check for proper installation and use. At the last event, their …

Child Safety Seat Check Event set for April 12 in Franklin County Read More »

Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis Will Not Seek Reelection; Lynn Sebourn Adds Name to List

Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis has made it official that he will not seek reelection.   The one-term mayor announced he would not run during Friday’s Noon Rotary Club meeting. Mayor Knowis cited health reasons as one contributing factor to his decision. Target News previously reported that former Mayor Lane Curlee, after much speculation, announced that he …

Tullahoma Mayor Ray Knowis Will Not Seek Reelection; Lynn Sebourn Adds Name to List Read More »

javhdhay dark haired babe anal fucked pov by rocco siffredi. xvideos3
Scroll to Top
X